Tally’s Blood reflects aspects of the author’s own experiences and social, cultural and political contexts relating to Glasgow and the Italian immigrant experience in Scotland.
What year was abortion legalised in Scotland?
What social class are the Devlins?
When did Scotland see an increase in Italian immigrants?
Late 19th century
Late 18th century
Late 20th century
Why did Italians flee their home country?
To escape political imprisonment
To escape poverty and famine
To escape an earthquake
By the 1920s, what had many Italian immigrants done in Scotland?
Found work in the countryside
Created successful businesses
Set up an Italian university
In what year did World War Two break out?
Who were the first countries to join forces against Germany in World War Two?
Britain and France
Britain and Italy
Britain and U.S.A.
Why did the Scottish mob attack the Pedreschi’s shop?
Because the Pedreschi’s did not pay their taxes
Because Italy was at war with Scotland
Because Rosinella is prejudiced against Scottish people
In what year does the play end?
What does 'Tally' in the title refer to?
The act of tallying up the money at the end of the day
Keeping track of your friends
The nickname for an Italian